My Name Is?

Type of Game: Just Meeting, Icebreaker Games
Number of Participants: works best with a smaller group
Materials: none
Where to Play: inside or outside

How to Play:
Each person in the group states their name and an adjective that describes them. The adjective must start with the same letter as their name.

For example, Joyful Jennifer or Patient Peter.

Try to call each other by these descriptive names for the rest of the day!

Suggestions/Corrections:
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Snort

Type of Game Just Meeting, Circle Games, Icebreaker Games
Number of Participants a group of 10+ works best, larger groups may want to split up into multiple groups
Materials: none
Where to Play: inside or outside

How to Play:
Everyone stands in a circle with no spaces in between them. For this game to be effective, the participants must get really close!

The object of the game is to pass a snort around the circle, trying to make one another laugh. Someone starts the game, let’s call him/her Participant A, by snorting at the person on his/her left. The person on the left, we’ll call him/her Participant B, has to maintain eye contact while trying not to laugh! Participant B then has to turn and snort at the person on his/her left. The snorts are passed this way for a while and people who laugh while being snorted at are out!
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